The included hi-res patch should help working around this issue.
1. Re-download the script again
, as I added yet another couple fixes, re-build the packages and install them
2. Copy the game binary where the hi-res patch will be able to edit it:
cp /usr/local/share/games/fallout-2/fallout2.exe ~/.local/share/games/fallout-2/
3. Run the hi-res patch configuration:
4. Enable the hi-res patch, and tweak settings there as you like (see attached screenshot).
5. Enjoy ;)
If you get issues related to the mouse cursor leaving the game window, leading to issues with edge scrolling, see the following instructions
. They are written for the first Fallout, but should work in the same way with Fallout 2.
Hello, I'm running into a similar issue with this on Manjaro Linux. I've downladed the latest scripts however I keep running into this error. I don't seem to have a /usr/local/share/games directory either so could that be causing some issues here perhaps?
Here is the exact error i get every time i run
[In the home directory]
sh ./Downloads/play-fallout-2.sh ./Downloads/setup_fallout2_188.8.131.52.exe
mv: cannot move '/tmp/play.it/fallout-2.SAkqj/lib32-fallout-2_1.3-gog184.108.40.206+20190119.4_x86_64/usr/local/share/icons/hicolor' to '/tmp/play.it/fallout-2.SAkqj/fallout-2-data_1.3-gog220.127.116.11+20190119.4_any/usr/local/share/icons/hicolor': Directory not empty
Thank you for all of your help and for everything you're doing to make sure GOG games actually work on Linux :)